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FAIRS TO BE HELD DURING NEXT WEEK.

FAIRS TO BE HELD DURING NEXT WEEK.

Monday— Arklow ; Ballinderry ; Balliuahassig ; But* lersbridge ; Camolin Carigallen ; Claremure; Coluooey ; Cairnlough ; Ca*tlrfia ; Castlewellan ; Culdaff i Drum* coodra ; Enniskillen ; Glaawortb ; Gowran ; Grange » Gort ; Kildalkey ; Kilflnan Kilnaleck •, Mountrath; Mountnorri
7 August 1846 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MANUFACTURE OF GLASS.

MANUFACTURE OF GLASS.

Two principal varieties of K* a: » with in commerce, namely, glass aomposed of silica, alkali, and lime; and glass containing largo proportion of silicate of lead; crown and platey/ats belong the former division; /lint-glass, and the material of artificial gems, to the second. T
4 August 1846 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
TUB TOBACCO DUTIES,

TUB TOBACCO DUTIES,

Dr. Bowrino said, that ho felt sorao regret to compelled, by a sense of duty, again to call the attention of the House to that legislation which regarded the introduction of tobacco into this kingdom- would venture to call upon the Right Hon. Baronet the Home Secretary to look a
7 August 1846 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AND DINNER.

AND DINNER.

Sir, This institution is on the wane ; its glories, albeit never very radiant, seem on the eve of departure, if more stamina be not speedily infused into its system. This is be regretted. Farming societies, if properly constituted, could be made the most powerful engines in furt
7 August 1846 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Portrr.

Portrr.

4 August 1846 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
rjmrJ Hnnt, K- Murray Fitipatrick, Thoina* lnni«. Kdward Maruro. I, Huteliimon, James C. Russell, Staunton, Ambrose Lambert Jdia (E. Hall).

rjmrJ Hnnt, K- Murray Fitipatrick, Thoina* lnni«. Kdward Maruro. I, Huteliimon, James C. Russell, Staunton, Ambrose Lambert Jdia (E. Hall).

William Barton, a'or Kichard K. Corr. . ' for tbs nlaintiffa—John Hstchsll, Q.C., .’ fur l,1 «y J theaccountof lynch. Francis Meayher, and Francis H.; ** ? tion wh#n the y paper, and F-sqrs. Aecnt—Mr. John Maher. | ‘hey found a property now reduced to heap of hansel for the defe
1 August 1846 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNGARVAN.

DUNGARVAN.

paragraph has been going the rounds the pnpers stating that the Repealers of Dungarvan are about to give a banquet shortly to John Augustus O’Neill, of Runowcii Castle, and invite him to offer himself as their future representative. (/Fdterford Freeman) not believe that the men
5 August 1846 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND

ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND

The Right Hon. Henry Laboucberc hasappoffited as his private rccretarv. Mr. W. Torrens M*Culla<r|/ the author of the -‘lndustrial History of Free ations." Greenock and the Ex-Premier. —The trader* of Greenock are about to present Sir Robert Peel with nassive silver jug. "an expr
1 August 1846 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
HUGH MACDONALD.

HUGH MACDONALD.

This declaration made before me, at Bay Fortune, the day of September, 1845. JOSEPH COFFIN. P. The above case of Hugh Macdonald, of Lot 55, came personally under my observation; and when he first applied to me to get some the Medicines, I thought his case utterly hojieless, and
1 August 1846 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
AGRICULTURE

AGRICULTURE

FARMING OPERATIONS FOR AUGUST. (For the Coleraine Chronicle.) Attemper’d tuna arise, Swcet-beam’d, and shedding oft through lucid clouds A pleasing ••aim ; while, broad and brown, below Extensive harvest* hang the heavy head.” The Harvest, Preparations for the harvest will, at t
1 August 1846 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland